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Journal Entry text/texmacsDMAA: Lingering products and new developments
HPRC’s updated list of products with DMAA for December 2014 is now online. But read on for information about “replacement” ingredients and related concerns.
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Journal Entry RealAudio documentWill SARMs do you harm?
SARMs can be found in some dietary supplement products, but are they legal and will they cause a positive drug test?
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Journal Entry Octet StreamA Mother’s Plea
Watch HPRC’s new Operation Supplement Safety Public Service Announcement from a Gold Star mother.
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Journal EntryCan I take weight-loss prescription medications?
What are the service-specific policies on weight-loss prescription medications? Read more to find out.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsStimulants and other potentially problematic ingredients
Check out our new OPSS FAQs about stimulants and other ingredients found in dietary supplement products that present potential risks.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsStay informed about dietary supplements
Watch this informative OPSS video to learn about potential side effects from taking dietary supplements and where to go for more information.
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Journal EntryVitamin D, the sunshine vitamin
Vitamin D is important for your health. Learn how much you need and where to get it.
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Journal EntryDownload the OPSS app
Use the Operation Supplement Safety & Natural Data app to get information and safety ratings on commercially available dietary supplement products and ingredients.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-gaussian-logWhy is ephedra illegal?
Read about ephedra, and why it is illegal in the United States.
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Journal EntryFDA’s warning on caffeine powder
FDA issues a warning about caffeine powder and advises consumers to avoid powdered pure caffeine.
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